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To study the interaction of cereal type and variety and seeding rate on crop yield and grass suppression on a known weedy site.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type Sowing Rate Variety Variety Type
Appila, SA
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To answer the question: Can incorporation of lime speed up yield response?

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Soil
Drysdale, VIC
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To answer the question: Can incorporation of lime speed up yield response?

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Soil
Inverleigh, VIC
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Crown rot seed dressing trial

Barry Haskins, Rachael Whitworth (AgGrow), Michael Skipper and Clay Sutton (Arysta)

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To evaluate the influence of the seed treatment Rancona.

Merriwagga, NSW
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To determine the effectiveness and economics of gypsum in remediation of high Mg/Ca ratio soils.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Soil amelioration Soil amelioration Type
Burren Junction, NSW
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To evaluate the crop safety of annual ryegrass herbicides in key cereal varieties . Including use of disc and tyne. 

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Herbicide Herbicide Type Herbicide Rate Herbicide Timing
Mullaley, NSW
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To evaluate the impact of crown rot and Pratylenchus thornei in cereals

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Variety Variety Type
Bullarah, NSW
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To identify any possible impacts on crop growth in controlled traffic systems where the header residue maybe inconsistently spread back across the tram track width over a number of seasons.

Tottenham, NSW
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Long term tillage and rotation trial

Barry Haskins, Rachael Whitworth (AgGrow) and John Small (CWFS)

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To evaluate the productivity and profitability of no-till farming techniques against conventional farming
methods under various cropping rotations.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Rotation
Merriwagga, NSW
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To examine two main management options to deal with high stubble loads (≥5t/ha) in 2017, and incorporates many of the main findings from the stubble initiative to date.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Stubble Stubble Management
Condobolin, NSW
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The issue of enteric (from intestines) methane (CH4) emissions produced by ruminant livestock is gaining local and global interest due to methane being a powerful greenhouse gas and ruminants being a significant source of emissions. In the absence of measurements, prediction models can facilitate the estimation of enteric met… read more

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Grazing Regime Grazing Timing Grazing Rate
Minnipa Agricultural Centre, SA
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To investigate nitrogen response of six wheat and four barley varieties across two sowing dates.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type Sowing Sowing Timing
Nyngan, NSW
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To investigate the impact that two different harvest weed seed control (HWSC) methods – narrow windrowing of header trash and the Esperance Mobile Ag Repairs (EMAR) chaff deck – have on reducing the weed burden in the following crop.

Loxton, SA
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To inform readers about weed sensing: the use of a machine or instrument to detect a weed; a plant that shouldn’t be there

Loxton, SA
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To see whether green manure a viable management option (in terms of maintenance of ground cover and other
agronomic benefits) as we know that terminating cover crops will result in 100% seed set control providing that
the crop is effectively killed at an appropriate time.

Condobolin, NSW
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Comparing break crop performance in the SA Mallee

Michael Moodie, Todd McDonald (MSF), Nigel Wilhelm (SARDI) and Ray Correll (Rho Environmental Pty Ltd)

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To compare break crop productivity and profitability on major soil types in the northern South Australian Mallee.
 

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type Crop Rotation
Waikerie, SA
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Comparing break crop performance in the SA Mallee

Michael Moodie, Todd McDonald (MSF), Nigel Wilhelm (SARDI) and Ray Correll (Rho Environmental Pty Ltd)

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To compare break crop productivity and profitability on major soil types in the northern South Australian Mallee.
 

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type Crop Rotation
Loxton, SA
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Agronomic constraints threaten the sustainability of intensive cereal no-till cropping systems. Local research has shown these constraints can be managed by diversifying rotations with break crops, however as this research was conducted at only one site, farmers wanted to know whether the same results would be observed on a commercial scale at a… read more

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Rotation Soil Type
Carwarp, VIC
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To focus on maintaining profitable retained stubble systems rather than investigating agronomic and economic
benefits of stubble retention.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Stubble Stubble Management
West Wyalong, NSW
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To assess whether imidazolinone tolerant wheat or barley provides better weed control and which gives the best economic return.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Variety
Xantippe, WA
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To report on discussions that there was an apparent increase in cultivation of fallows this year.

West Wyalong, NSW
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Livestock grazing behaviour in large Mallee padocks

Michael Moodie, Zac Economou (MSF), Mark Trotter (Uni of New England), Ali Frischke and James Murray (BCG)

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To understand the grazing behavior of livestock in paddocks to utilise technology such as portable fencing systems.

Nandaly, VIC
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Long term tillage and rotation trial

Barry Haskins, Rachael Whitworth (AgGrow) and John Small (CWFS)

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To compare no till farming techniques against conventional farming methods over 5 different cropping
rotations.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Rotation
Merriwagga, NSW
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To examine the difference in profitability between low and high input cropping practices over an extended period of time and to determine the effect these practices are having on soil carbon.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Variety
East Dalwallinu, WA
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To determine the resistance of a range of minor broadleaf crops to Pratylenchus thornei

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type
Macalister, QLD
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To determine the resistance of a range of minor grass crops to Pratylenchus thornei.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type
Macalister, QLD
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To screen a range of minor winter crops for Pratylenchus thornei resistance. Field Pea, Triticale, Oats, Canary Seed, Linseed and Fallow.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Crop Type
Macalister, QLD
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Sheep are an integral part of low-medium rainfall mixed farming systems across southern Australia and they account for 23% of Australia’s total livestock emissions. Apart from the contribution to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, the energy lost as methane represents a significant inefficiency in sheep production systems. Therefore, main… read more

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Grazing Regime Grazing Timing Grazing Rate
Minnipa Agricultural Centre, SA
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Rotation renewal, profitable legume phase options

Project supervisor: Jeremy Lemon (DAFWA); Project officer: Fiona Hobley

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To demonstrate establishment, management and viability of legume phase options in cropping rotations with appropriate agronomic management packages.

Nyabing, WA
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Ryegrass management is one of the key drivers of profitability in Lower Eyre Peninsula (LEP) cropping systems, and herbicides have recently been used as the main strategy for control. The intensification of cropping rotations and a decrease in livestock in farming systems has increased pressure on herbicides, resulting in the development of herb… read more

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Herbicide Type Stubble Management
Yeelanna, SA
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To investigate the impact of different stubble treatments (burning, cultivation or standing stubble) imposed towards the end of the fallow have on the yield of wheat and barley, and evaluate any cultivar responses within crop species to the impact of the different stubble treatments.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Stubble
Tottenham, NSW
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To investigate the impact of different stubble treatments (burning, cultivation or standing stubble) imposed towards the end of the fallow have on the yield of wheat and barley, and evaluate any cultivar responses within crop species to the impact of the different stubble treatments.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Stubble
Weethalle, NSW
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To investigate the impact of different stubble treatments (burning, cultivation or standing stubble) imposed towards the end of the fallow have on the yield of wheat and barley, and evaluate any cultivar responses within crop species to the impact of the different stubble treatments.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Stubble
Mumbil Creek, NSW
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To identify and retest historic pH monitoring sites from previous publically funded projects.

Crop type: Multiple 6 trials Crop
Euabalong West, Condobolin, NSW Nymagee, NSW Tottenham, NSW Ungarie, NSW Wirrinya, NSW
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Sowing early to maximise wheat yield on low fallow

Neil Fettell (CWFS), Barry Haskins, Rachael Whitworth (AgGrow), James Hunt, Bonnie Flohr, Tony Swan, Brad Rheinheimer, Laura Goward (CSIRO)

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To outline how farmers can maximise wheat yield on long fallow by sowing early with slow developing cultivars.

Rankins Springs, NSW
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Rokewood, VIC
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To evaluate the relative yield loss (tolerance) of commonly grown and newly released wheat and barley varieties to Fusarium crown rot.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Variety
Wongan Hills, WA
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To report on the outcomes of the 2014 Rural Finance Crop Challenge.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Type
Inverleigh, VIC
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To investigate options for pasture and fodder break crops for southern Victoria with an emphasis on weed control.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Type Grazing Regime
Lake Bolac, VIC
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To investigate options for pasture and fodder break crops for southern Victoria with an emphasis on weed control.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Type Grazing Regime
Inverleigh, VIC
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To evaluate yields and quality of new and existing wheat and barley varieties and their response to N.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop
Buntine, WA
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Grain & Graze 3 - Grazing crops and frost

Phil Barrett-Lennard (Agvivo), Sheree Blechynden and Sarah Hyde (Facey Group)

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To assess the impact of (and interaction between) grazing and frost damage on the grain yield and quality of a range of winter and spring cereal varieties sown at two times of sowing.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Type Grazing Timing Sowing Timing Variety Type
Wickepin, WA
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Facey Group Agvivo

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To monitor the feed value and grain production from different types of grazed cereal crops in Northern Victoria.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Grazing
Jil JIl, VIC
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To monitor the feed value and grain production from different types of grazed cereal crops in Northern Victoria.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Grazing
Normanville, VIC
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To monitor the feed value and grain production from different types of grazed cereal crops in Northern Victoria.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Grazing
Patchewollock, VIC
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To help farmers wanting help in managing the ups and downs, the dry and the wet.

West Wyalong, NSW
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Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Herbicide Type Stubble Management
Lake Bolac, VIC
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To investigate the potential of organic matter inputs to increase yield and improve soil health.

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Variety Type
Buntine, WA
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Long term tillage and rotation trial

John Small (CWFS) Barry Haskins (AgGrow Agronomy & Research)

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The Merriwagga tillage and rotation trial was established in 1999 aimed at comparing no till farming techniques against conventional farming methods over 5 different cropping rotations. No-till • all weed control by herbicides or narrow windrow burning • sown with NDF single disc seeder • stubble retained where possible Conventional • we… read more

Crop type: Multiple 1 trial Crop Rotation Stubble Management
Merriwagga, NSW
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